multiproblem

multiproblem

(ˌmʌltɪˈprɒbləm)
adj
characterized by or experiencing several problems
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Multiproblem Families Referred to Youth Mental Health: What's in a Name?.
Engaging multiproblem families in treatment: Lessons learned throughout the development of multisystemic therapy.
(i) The Wilcoxon rank-sum test at [alpha] = 0.05 is performed to test the statistical significance of the experimental results between two algorithms in single-problem and multiproblem. (ii) The Friedman test is employed to obtain the average rankings of all the compared algorithms.
To identify differences between pair of algorithms on all problems, the multiproblem Wilcoxon signed-rank test is carried out.
To compare the solution quality from a statistical angle of different algorithms and to check the behavior of the stochastic algorithms [38,49], the results are compared using multiproblem Wilcoxon signed-rank test at a significance level 0.05.
The results of this study may give support to integrating a family-focused approach in psychiatric services (Falkov, 2012; Nicholson et al., 2009) with a community-based youth services approach for multiproblem families.
Assessing substance use in multiproblem patients: Reliability and validity of the Addiction Severity Index in a mental hospital population.
Since transit system is a multimodal, multiproblem, and multispectral activity, it involves different parts and activities such as policy making, planning, designing, infrastructure construction, and development.